Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Psychology is a field of study focus on behavior and the mind of an individual.  Humanistic Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Human Factors Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Abnormal psychology, Positive Psychology, School Psychology, Social / Personality Psychology, Engineering Psychology, Experimental / Research Psychology, Geriatric Psychology, Sports Psychology, Comparative Psychology and Physiological Psychology are different fields of psychology. Mental health condition of an individual may benefit from assessment and treatment with a licensed psychologist.

Psychiatry is the branch of study deals with diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental health and behavioral disorders. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor with an affiliation of M.D. or D.O. who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. Both mental and physical aspects of psychological problems are assessed by qualified psychiatrists. Individuals seek psychiatric help for many mental health problems those can be sudden, like panic attack, fearsome, visions, suicide thoughts, or hearing "voices". Long-term conditions such as grief, hopelessness, or anxiousness that causing everyday life to feel biased or out of control.

Psychiatrists diagnose the problem and treat by prescribing required medications. They spend plentiful of their time with patients on medication management as a course of treatment. 

Psychologists do not concentrate on prescribing medicines but focus widely on therapeutic approaches such as psychotherapy and treating with behavioral intervention for emotional and mental suffering patients.

  • Track 1-1Humanistic Psychology
  • Track 1-2Experimental Psychology
  • Track 1-3Forensic Psychology
  • Track 1-4Human Factors Psychology
  • Track 1-5IndustrialOrganizational Psychology
  • Track 1-6Abnormal psychology
  • Track 1-7Positive Psychology
  • Track 1-8School Psychology
  • Track 1-9Social / Personality Psychology
  • Track 1-10Engineering Psychology
  • Track 1-11Experimental / Research Psychology
  • Track 1-12Geriatric Psychology
  • Track 1-13Sports Psychology
  • Track 1-14Comparative Psychology
  • Track 1-15Physiological Psychology

The scientific training of the brain involves the skills of many diverse disciplines. Neurology is interdisciplinary and interdepartmental. The faculty includes biologists, psychologists, biochemists, mathematicians, and engineers. They all share a captivation with the function of the brain.

Behavioural Neuroscience is also recognized as biological psychology, biopsychology, physiological psychology, or psychobiology. It is the application of the ideologies of biology to the study of physiological, genetic and developmental mechanisms of behavior not only in humans, also other animals.

Neurology is a branch of medicine dealing with the identification and treatment of all types of conditions and diseases involving the central and peripheral nervous systems.  Neurology deals with the autonomic and somatic nervous systems which are subdivisions of central and peripheral nervous systems, which also includes effector tissues, blood vessels and their coverings. Neurological practice is the scientific study of the nervous system, depends heavily on the field of neuroscience.

neurologist is a physician concentrating in neurology and skilled to explore, or diagnose and treat neurological disorders. Neurologists may also be involved in translational and clinical research along with clinical trials. Neurosurgery is the surgical specialty of neurology.

Substantial intersection occurs between the fields of neurology and psychiatry, with the edge between the two disciplines and the conditions they treat being slightly vague.

Neuroscientists study the progress and role of the nervous system, which comprises the brain, spinal cord, and neurons or nerve cells all over the body. They could specialize in one part of the nervous system, such as neurons, neurotransmitters, or focus their research on detailed behaviours, such as psychiatric disorders.


  • Track 2-1General Neurology
  • Track 2-2Developmental Neuroscience
  • Track 2-3Infections of Nervous System
  • Track 2-4Spine Neurology
  • Track 2-5Sports Neurology
  • Track 2-6Clinical Neuroscience
  • Track 2-7Modern Neuroscience
  • Track 2-8Neuroradiology
  • Track 2-9Neurophysiology
  • Track 2-10Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Track 2-11Cognitive Neuroscience

Psychopharmacology studies a wide range of constituents focusing primarily on the chemical interactions with the brain.  Psychopharmacology is a subfield of pharmacology that deals with chemical signalling and Psychopharmacological substances. Chemical signalling is occurred between neurotransmitters and hormones. Psychopharmacological substances are alcohol, antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, hallucinogens, hypnotics, cannabis and the cannabinoids, opioids and stimulants.

Neuropharmacology is the study of drugs affects on cellular function and mechanisms of the nervous system which they influence behaviour. Molecular Neuropharmacology and Behavioral neuropharmacology are major categories of neuropharmacology. GABA, Dopamine, Serotonin, Ion channels are the neurotransmitters studied under molecular neuropharmacology. The addictive property of Ethanol is studied under Behavioral neuropharmacology.

Psychopharmacology is study about chemicals involves in changes in consciousness and behavior. Neuropsychopharmacology deals with drug-induced changes in the functioning of cells in the nervous system.


  • Track 3-1Psychopharmacology
  • Track 3-2Neuropharmacology
  • Track 3-3Psychopharmacology
  • Track 3-4Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Track 3-5Psychoneuroimmunology
  • Track 3-6Psychoactive Medication
  • Track 3-7Chemical Signaling Substances
  • Track 3-8Psychopharmacological Substances
  • Track 3-9Research Trends on Psychopharmacology
  • Track 3-10Addiction to Psychoactive Drugs
  • Track 3-11Antipsychotics Medication
  • Track 3-12Side effects of Antipsychotic Drugs
  • Track 3-13Typical and Atypical Antipsychotics

Clinical psychology is one of the largest specialty areas in psychology, which applies scientific methods to treat complex human problems such as mental, emotional and behavioral problems and promote change. Clinical psychologists involve in a wide range of activities like research, education, consultation, forensic demonstration, program development and management. Typical clinical psychology coursework includes- Psychopathology, Psychiatric measurement and scaling, DSM applications, Research methods in clinical psychology, Assessment practicum, Intervention practicum.

Psychosis may occur as a result of a psychiatric illness such as schizophrenia or caused by a health condition, medication or drug use. Symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, talking disjointedly and agitation. The person with the condition usually isn't aware of his or her behaviour.

Cognitive behavioral therapy, Family therapy, Antipsychotic medication, Hospitalization are the possible treatments for individuals suffering from psychosis.


  • Track 4-1Psychosis
  • Track 4-2Perceptual Psychology
  • Track 4-3Clinical Formulation
  • Track 4-4Psychiatric Rehabilitation
  • Track 4-5Psychological Assessment
  • Track 4-6Psychodynamic
  • Track 4-7Cognitive Psychology
  • Track 4-8Drug and Alcohol Treatment
  • Track 4-9Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
  • Track 4-10Projective Assessment Training
  • Track 4-11Psychoanalytic Persuasions and Behavioral Issues
  • Track 4-12Psychodynamic Research
  • Track 4-13Psychopathological Conditions

The most common types of neurological disorders are ALS, Alzheimer’s disease, Back pain, Bell's palsy, Birth defects of the brain and spinal cord, Brain aneurysm, Brain injury, Brain tumor, Cerebral palsy, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Concussion, Dementia, Disk disease of neck and lower back, Dizziness, Epilepsy, Guillain-Barré syndrome, Headache – cluster, Headache – tension, Migraine, Multiple sclerosis, Muscular dystrophy, Neuralgia, Neuropathy, Neuromuscular and related diseases, Parkinson's disease, Psychiatric conditions (severe depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder) , Scoliosis, Seizures, Spinal cord injury, Spinal deformity, Spinal disorder (subacute combined degeneration) , Spine tumor, Stroke, Vertigo.

Some of the psychological disorders include personality Disorders, Alcohol/Substance Abuse, Anxiety Disorders, Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD) , Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorders, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Opioid Use Disorder Symptoms, Panic Disorder, Postpartum Depression, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) , Schizophrenia, Sleep & Wake Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder. Other Mental Disorders & Concerns includes Acute Stress Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Agoraphobia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Bereavement, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Brief Psychotic Disorder


  • Track 5-1Parkinsons Disease
  • Track 5-2Functional Movement Disorder
  • Track 5-3Neurobiology of CNS Disorders
  • Track 5-4Tourette Syndrome
  • Track 5-5Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Track 5-6Central Nervous System Disorders
  • Track 5-7Autism
  • Track 5-8Bipolar Disorder
  • Track 5-9Dementia
  • Track 5-10Depression
  • Track 5-11Schizophrenia
  • Track 5-12Alzheimers Disease
  • Track 5-13Huntingtons Disease

Clinical Neuroscience is the study of principles underlying the clinical presentation and investigation of diseases affecting the brain. It provides a deep and detailed understanding of brain diseases. It includes basic scientific concepts which underlie clinical symptoms, signs and practice.

Neurologyneurosurgery and psychiatry are the main medical specialties that use neuroscientific information, other medical specialties such as neuroradiology, neuropathology, ophthalmologyotorhinolaryngologyanesthesiology and rehabilitation medicine can contribute to the discipline.

Integration of the neuroscience perspective alongside other traditions like psychotherapy, social psychiatry or social psychology will become increasingly important.


  • Track 6-1Neuroscience and Intelligence
  • Track 6-2Neuropathology
  • Track 6-3Neuroendocrinology
  • Track 6-4Neuroimmunology
  • Track 6-5Neuroanatomy
  • Track 6-6Neuronchology
  • Track 6-7Neuroethics in Neuroscience
  • Track 6-8Bioethics of Neuroscience

Different types of instruments are used to evaluate the mental health conditions of the patients. These come under biomedical therapeutic approach. The devices used for psychological evaluation are Biofeedback devices, computerized systems for psychological assessment and intervention, Stimulus display systems, and many more.

Researchers use a variety of neuroimaging tools to study the brain. Computed tomography (CT) scans are oblique X-ray slices that show the density of brain structures. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses changes in electrically charged molecules in a magnetic field to form images of the brain.


  • Track 7-1Computed Axial Tomography
  • Track 7-2Diffuse Optical Imaging
  • Track 7-3Event Related Optical signal
  • Track 7-4Magnetic Resonsce Imaging
  • Track 7-5Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography
  • Track 7-6Magnetoencephalography
  • Track 7-7Computerized Diagnostic Evaluation System
  • Track 7-8Biofeedback Devices
  • Track 7-9Electrical Current Stabilizing Devices
  • Track 7-10Stimulus Display System

Counseling psychology is a general practice and health service provider specialty in professional psychology. It focuses on how people function both personally and in their relationships at all ages. Counseling psychology addresses the emotional, social, work, school and physical health concerns people may have at different stages in their lives, focusing on typical life stresses and more severe issues with which people may struggle as individuals and as a part of families, groups and organizations. Counseling psychologists help people with physical, emotional and mental health issues improve their sense of well‐being, alleviate feelings of distress and resolve crises. They also provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of more severe psychological symptoms.

Counseling psychologists evaluate their patients' current situations and problems and then offer advice. Since they typically do not work with people struggling with severe mental health disorders, their patients usually consult with them to discuss relationships, substance abuse, career, and other problems.


  • Track 8-1Cognitive Behavior
  • Track 8-2Minority/Crosscultural Psychology
  • Track 8-3Vocational and Career Assessment
  • Track 8-4Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Track 8-5Occupational Therapy
  • Track 8-6Child Psychology
  • Track 8-7Applied Psychology
  • Track 8-8Pathological Mental Problems
  • Track 8-9Psychotherapeutic Techniques
  • Track 8-10Substance Abuse
  • Track 8-11Health Psychology
  • Track 8-12Community Psychology
  • Track 8-13Crisis Intervention
  • Track 8-14Developmental Disabilities

Developmental Neuropsychology is devoted to exploring relationships between brain and behavior across the life span, this journal publishes scholarly papers on the appearance and development of behavioral functions such as language, perception, and cognitive processes as they relate to brain functions and structures. Appropriate subjects include early cognitive behaviors in normal and brain-damaged children, plasticity and recovery of function after early brain damage, the development of complex cognitive and motor skills, and specific and nonspecific disturbances such as learning disabilities, mental retardation, schizophrenia, stuttering, and developmental aphasia. In the gerontologic areas, they include neuropsychological analyses of normal age-related changes in brain and behavioral functions such as sensory, motor, cognitive, and adaptive abilities; studies of age-related diseases of the nervous system; and recovery of function in later life.

Developmental Psychology focuses on how people mature and learn throughout their lifetime. Developmental psychology involves with a theory in which it divides child growth into different stages which are characterized by qualitative differences in behavior. There are number of different views about the way in which psychological and physical development proceed throughout the life span. The study of development has been one of the important features of sociology, and deals with causes and consequences of economic change in society. Individuals develop social and emotional skills across the lifespan, with specific consideration to childhood and adolescence is called social development.


  • Track 9-1Physiological Psychology
  • Track 9-2Neural Induction
  • Track 9-3Cognitive Development
  • Track 9-4Physical and Memory Development
  • Track 9-5Neuronal Migration
  • Track 9-6Therapeutic Methods
  • Track 9-7Mechanisms of Development
  • Track 9-8Neurogenesis
  • Track 9-9Evolutionary Developmental Psychopathology
  • Track 9-10Ethnic Identity Development
  • Track 9-11Neurotrophic Factors
  • Track 9-12Theories of Psychological Development
  • Track 9-13Synapse Formation and Elimination
  • Track 9-14Social and Emotional Development
  • Track 9-15Adult Neurogenesis
  • Track 9-16Parenting Factors

Neurochemistry deals with the amazing chemistry that occurs in the brain, nervous system and the nerve cell with which it communicates. The phenomenon of chemistry that generates electrical signals which propagate along nerve cells and the chemistry at the synapse by neurotransmitters are the prime locations.

Robust research work on brain and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions will portray the neurochemical behavior and illness due to chemical imbalance which will explore the possibilities of advances in the field of neurosciences and disorders.

Clinical Neurochemistry illustrates the chemistry involved in the brain and nervous system function, and also how it influences the internal chemical environment. It is essential for a wide research in clinical neurochemistry as it plays part in understanding and treating neurological and psychiatric disorders.

The peculiar function of the Blood Brain Barrier is selective permeability that hinders transport of molecules through it. This distinct function also inhibits the passage of the drugs across it. To overcome the blood-brain barrier, methods and developments of nanotechnology are assuring to deliver drugs across it by carry out multiple tasks in a predefined sequence.

Significant amount of research in nanotechnology in neurochemistry is required to explore the methods to deliver across the blood brain barrier.

Neurogenesis produces the neurons by neural stem cells. In all animals during embryogenesis, neurons of the organism are produced by neurogenesis. On the other side communication between two neurons is processed by neurotransmission.  Both the process plays a major role in producing neurons and communication between them. 


  • Track 10-1Clinical Neurochemistry
  • Track 10-2Neurotransmitters
  • Track 10-3Neurosignal Transduction
  • Track 10-4Neurology and Neurological Disorders
  • Track 10-5Central Nervous System Disorders
  • Track 10-6Psychiatric Disorders and Behavioral Therapy
  • Track 10-7CNS and its Biochemistry
  • Track 10-8Neural Stem Cells and Neurogenesis
  • Track 10-9Neuroimmunology and Neuropathology
  • Track 10-10Nanotechnology in Neurochemistry
  • Track 10-11Neuroinflammation
  • Track 10-12Neuro-ophthalmology

Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these routes leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual expressions. This may include disorders involving legal and illegal drugs, gambling, sex, food, and other impulse control disorders; this is redirected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors.

Addiction is a state in which a creature involves in a compulsive behavior, even when faced with negative values. This behavior is reinforcing, or satisfying, as you have just discussed. A major feature of addiction is the loss of control in warning intake of the addictive substance. The most recent research shows that the reward pathway may be even more important in the desire associated with addiction, compared to the reward itself. Scientists have educated a great deal about the biochemical, cellular, and molecular roots of addiction; it is clear that addiction is a disease of the brain. State that you will provide two examples of the contact between drugs that are addictive, their cellular objects in the brain, and the reward pathway.

Behavioural Addiction is a system of addiction that involves a compulsion to engage in a rewarding non drug related behavior at times called a natural reward. Addiction can occur in many methods. Often, it is assumed that physical dependence considered by withdrawal symptoms is required in order of someone to be diagnosed with an addiction disorder, but the fact is that it can ensue with all the negative penalties in a person’s life minus the physical issues faced by people who compulsively engage in drug and alcohol abuse.


  • Track 11-1Addiction and Substance Abuse
  • Track 11-2Addiction Therapy
  • Track 11-3Behavioural Addiction
  • Track 11-4Drug Abuse and Neurotoxicology
  • Track 11-5New Insight in Addiction Research
  • Track 11-6Drug Addiction
  • Track 11-7Depression and Anxiety Disorders
  • Track 11-8Addiction Rehabilitation and Recovery
  • Track 11-9Addiction Nursing
  • Track 11-10Addiction Studies from Animal Models to Case Studies
  • Track 11-11Retreat Approaches and Dual Diagnosis

Neuroplasticity is one fundamental process that describes any change in final neural activity or behavioral response. Neuroplasticity is the vast collection of different brain change and adaptation phenomena. There are two main types of neuroplasticity, Structural neuroplasticity and Functional neuroplasticity.

Structural neuroplasticity is in which the strength of the connections between neurons (or synapses) changes. Functional neuroplasticity is which describes the permanent changes in synapses due to learning and development.

There are four main types of neuroplasticity observed in children: Adaptive, Impaired, Excessive and Plasticity that makes the brain vulnerable to injury.

Adaptive: changes that occur when children practice a special skill and allow the brain to adapt to functional or structural changes in the brain (like injuries).

Impaired: changes occur due to genetic or acquired disorders.

Excessive: the reorganization of new, maladaptive pathways that can cause disability or disorders.

Plasticity that makes the brain vulnerable to injury: harmful neuronal pathways are formed that make injury 

  • Track 12-1Neurobiology
  • Track 12-2Treatment of Brain Damage
  • Track 12-3Vision and Brain Training
  • Track 12-4Brain Development
  • Track 12-5Sensory Prostheses
  • Track 12-6Phantom Limbs
  • Track 12-7Chronic Pain
  • Track 12-8Neuroplasticity In Children and Animals
  • Track 12-9Fitness and Exercise
  • Track 12-10Human Echolocation
  • Track 12-11ADHD Stimulants

Clinical Neuropsychology is a subject in psychology that applies principles of assessment and intervention developed from the scientific study of human conduct as it narrates to normal and abnormal working of the central nervous system. Clinical neuropsychologists report neurobehavioral problems are extremely varied and include such conditions as neurodevelopmental disorders, dementia, Parkinson's disease, vascular disorders and other neurodegenerative disorders.

Pediatric neuropsychologists deliver clinical facilities to children and adolescents. Capability in clinical neuropsychology requires the ability to assimilate neuropsychological findings, medical data, psychosocial behavioral data, knowledge in the neurosciences, interpret these findings with an appreciation of social, cultural and ethical issues. It also deals with the conditions which are related to infectious disease affecting the central nervous system, seizure disorders, metabolic disease, traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities, neuropsychiatric disorders, and neurological effects of medical disorders or treatment.


  • Track 13-1Neuropsychiatry
  • Track 13-2Pharmacotherapy
  • Track 13-3Visual and Auditory Hallucination
  • Track 13-4Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Track 13-5Eating Disorder
  • Track 13-6Psychoneuroimmunology
  • Track 13-7Clinical Neuropsychiatry
  • Track 13-8Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment
  • Track 13-9Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
  • Track 13-10Brain Structures
  • Track 13-11Genetic Abnormalities

significant area of proficiency for many clinical psychologists is analysis; assessment and diagnosis, around 91% of psychologists apply the core clinical practice. There is little agreement on the scale to which the mental disorders are universal or differ on their core definitions to the extent. This clash continues due to the lack of biological markers, predictable measurement and the lack of a high standard for recommending most psychiatric conditions.

Diagnosis and prognosis is the identification of diseases by the examination of signs and indication, the function, the expected duration, and a description of the initiation and development of the disease, like intermittent crisis, progressive abatement, or sudden, unpredictable crisis. Methods involved in psychiatry comprise of both old traditional and advanced methods for assessment. Under present topic from simple physical examination to advanced neuro imaging techniques can be highlighted.


  • Track 14-1MetaAnalysis
  • Track 14-2Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Track 14-3Transactional Analysis
  • Track 14-4Functional Analysis
  • Track 14-5Electroencephalography and Magneto Encephalography
  • Track 14-6Brain Mapping Studies
  • Track 14-7Functional MRI Studies
  • Track 14-8Computed Tomography and Positron Emission Tomography

E-therapy and E-counseling are a growing wave of online therapy. The flexible nature of these services helps clients and providers, but the responsibility is on psychologists to make sure they conform with federal and state laws. It has mutual benefiting strategies for both patients and therapists.


  • Track 15-1Clinical Work
  • Track 15-2E-Therapy Home
  • Track 15-3Computer Mediated Psychotherapy

Clinical psychology offers services for those in need of professional psychological help to clients with psychological and mental disorders, speech and hearing difficulties like Autism, intellectual and learning disabilities, ADHD, Stuttering, Cerebral Palsy and other multiple disabilities. Scientific assessment involves the application of standardized tools and the interventional programs are personalized to the needs of clients and their family. The services include diagnostic Services, management & therapeutic Services, academics and research.


  • Track 16-1Clinical Allied Services
  • Track 16-2Biostatistics
  • Track 16-3Medical Writing
  • Track 16-4Project Management
  • Track 16-5Data Management

Clinical Psychology 2019 aims to bring all existing and budding entrepreneurs to share experiences and present new innovations and challenges in Mental Health and Neuroscience community. Each year, over a million companies are started in the world with about 5-10 of them classified as high technology companies. Turning ideas into business is tricky and the opportunity recognition is the most important stage for establishment of new venture. This two day event will showcase talks, posters from renowned speakers addressing all the new challenges and advancement in the field of Psychology and Neuroscience. This session will include cutting edge Mental Health research to highlight the advancement in the medical field.

  • Track 17-1Global Investors Summit
  • Track 17-2Business Expansion
  • Track 17-3Business Advancement and Promoting